The Peculiarities of the Use of Electronic Course Books in the Process of Specialists’ Training at the University


The paper considers the problems and conditions of the use of electronic course books at the university. The models of two different multimedia course books are presented in the paper. The peculiarities of their design and use are discussed. On the basis of the analysis of foreign and local references and own experience the author presents possibilities of the use of new information technologies in the teaching process of the university. The specificity of electronic educational tools are characterized, the essence of the approaches for electronic course books design is discovered, and peculiarities of the use of electronic course books in the conditions of the university specialists’ training are discussed.

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Begarisheva, G. (2014) The Peculiarities of the Use of Electronic Course Books in the Process of Specialists’ Training at the University. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 2, 50-55. doi: 10.4236/jss.2014.27008.

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